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June 2, 2014 The Star Page 21 ,,,% Getting a really good head start Emotions ranged from excitement to sadness as the Turtle Mountain Head Start program kicked off graduation week at all of its seven sites at the end of May. Above: Students in Chris Cahill's class sing "Down By the Bay" as part of their ceremonies in front of a big crowd of friends and family. Below: Head start teacher Reva Lafontaine laughs as she attempts to award her student Kaylub Gourneau but struggles getting it over his cowboy hat. At right: One little graduate makes sure her family can see her during the big event. (Photos by Janae Boswell) Cooperative sets annual meeting The annual meeting of North Central Electric Cooperative will be held Thursday, June 5 at the Holwell Auditorium in the Bottineau High School. Members attending the annual meeting will select three directors to the cooperative's board of directors. Director positions from District 2, 3 and 5 will be elected to three-year terms on the nine-person board of di- rectors. These districts are now rep- resented by Lori Kittleson, Bottineau, Kenneth Brenden, Souris and Kenneth Haarsager, Mohall. All three incumbent directors have re- turned petitions to the cooperative, placing their names on the ballot. Nominations from the floor may be made at the annual meeting. Besides electing three directors, the annual meeting will feature man- agement and financial reports, detail- ing the activities of the cooperative in the past year. A free meal will be served before the annual meeting from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Entertainment will be provided before the annual meeting by 16- year-old Lexi Wyman, the daughter of co-op members Ian and Karlene Wyman of Newburg. Entertainment will begin at 6 p.m. Many door prizes will be given away, including the grand prize $2,300 random cash drawing. You must be present to win the $2,300. If the selected person is not present, $100 will be added to next year's random cash drawing. A "consola- tion" drawing of $250 will be done if the winner is not present. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. The business portion of the annual meeting begins at 7 p.m. Headquartered in Bottineau. North Central Electric Cooperative provides electric service in five area counties: Bottineau, Rolette, Renville. McHenry and Pierce coun- ties. Hospice Volunteer Training With the growth of the Hospice program at HAMC, trained volunteers are needed. Becky Hershey, Hospice Director will conduct the training. June Sth 9:00 a.m.-l:00 .m. Fox Auditorium at HAMC snacks & lunch will be served Register with Linda Kay Duchscher at 776.5455 ext. 2315 /. ; };77 #i" i Because one out o4: ever eight babies is born prematurely. At the heart ot: everq birth is a wish Cor a full anct happq life. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Trinit Health is clectictect to making that wish a realit  t:or their most {Cragile patients. This spring the Trinitfl Health rounclation is recognizing the NICCJ ca'r%iv"ers and teir compassion to h00lp 11 tl?i pa"tients. Your tax-deductible it to the TriniL9 Health rounctation makes all the difference to the caregivers anct to the patients in the Trinit NICLI. NITYHEALTH Foundation